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Some Fundamental Theorems in Mathematics

@article{Knill2018SomeFT,
  title={Some Fundamental Theorems in Mathematics},
  author={Oliver Knill},
  journal={arXiv: History and Overview},
  year={2018}
}
  • O. Knill
  • Published 23 July 2018
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: History and Overview
An expository hitchhikers guide to some theorems in mathematics. Criteria for the current list of 135 theorems are whether the result can be formulated elegantly, whether it is beautiful or useful and whether it could serve as a guide [5] without leading to panic. The order is not a ranking but more like a time-line when things were written down. Since [280] stated “a mathematical theorem only becomes beautiful if presented as a crown jewel within a context” we try sometimes to give some… 
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